Now the fun really begins with my Halloween Bounce project. In my last post I mentioned that I made the star blocks two different sizes. How is that going to all go together you may be wondering. Well, it turns out that you trim all the blocks down to the same size! The blocks are made so that the star kind of floats in the center of the block. When you trim the blocks down smaller, you can position your ruler so the star is off to the side, floating toward the top or bottom of the block, or even turned totally wonky. I didn't have it in me to have any wonky blocks--this pattern is crazy enough for me.
You get the idea of where we are gong with this. So cute and fun.
Best of all, the blocks don't have seams that have to line up, so sewing the rows together is a total breeze.
I am loving this pattern and the seasonal fabrics I am working with. Now on to the borders! Have a terrific weekend everyone.